Korean Japchae Recipe 잡채  is the recipe for Korean Japchae 잡채. Japchae is a classic dish from Korea, that is made out of sweet potato noodles, beef, and vegetables. The Bald Chef will show you how to cook this recipe step by step. In this tutorial we will go over all of the ingredients and cooking methods to make this noodle dish known as Japchae. Maybe you never heard of this recipe and it can even be made vegetarian and it is gluten-free. So if you’re interested in learning how to cook this very popular Korean recipe this video will be an easy way to learn to cook this dish.


Ingredients For Japchae

These are the ingredients you will need to cook authentic Korean Japchae:

Cooking Instructions For Japchae

This is The Bald Chef’s recipe Japchae. to make this Korean Japchae recipe you need to soak your shiitake mushrooms and water for about a half an hour and then remove them from the water and slice them thinly. Cut and prepare your carrots, onion, and green scallion in the julienned strips. bring a stockpot to boil with 7 cups of water and add your 8 ounces of sweet potato noodles and cook for 2 or 3 minutes. Once the noodles are cooked, remove them from the boiling water and cool them off with cold water, set aside. Refill the pot with water. Bring to a boil and add 8 ounces of fresh spinach, cook the spinach for approximately 1 minute. Then remove the spinach from the hot water, and ran it under cold water. Squeezing out all of the excess water from the spinach. Slice your beef into thin slices. In a fry pan. Bring the 3 tablespoons of sesame oil up to high heat and add the 3 tablespoons of crushed garlic, stirfry for a few seconds and then add the beef. Add in 1st the carrots, then the onions, she talking mushrooms, and green onions stirfry the mixture. Add 1 tablespoon of sugar and 5 tablespoons of good quality Korean soy sauce. Then add the spinach and your precooked Korean sweet potato noodles and thoroughly mix over medium-high heat for about 2 minutes. This dish can be served hot or room temperature.

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